Moon Wreck: Revelations (The Slaver Wars # 2)
The lunar mission New Beginnings has crash landed on the moon. With no real hope of rescue, the two astronauts set off to find the mysterious signal that caused their lunar lander to crash. In a nearby crater, they find an ancient human spacecraft that had crashed on the moon years in the past.... show more
The lunar mission New Beginnings has crash landed on the moon. With no real hope of rescue, the two astronauts set off to find the mysterious signal that caused their lunar lander to crash. In a nearby crater, they find an ancient human spacecraft that had crashed on the moon years in the past. During their exploration of the ancient ship, they manage to turn off the jamming signal and finally contact Earth.As Jason and Greg wait on the arrival of more explorers and a rescue mission from Earth, they continue to explore the mysterious spacecraft. Around every corner, they find more mysteries and a steadily growing puzzle. Where had the ancient spacecraft come from? What was it doing on Earth's moon? What had caused it to crash? Even more chilling, the two astronauts uncover a threat to Earth so frightening that it could mean the end of all human life. Unknown to them, the ship's AI is still functioning and may hold the Earth's only hope for survival. However, the ship's AI isn't sure about these new humans. It doesn't know if these new humans are worthy of being saved from the horror that waits in their future. This is a short story of approximately 18,000 words. This story is approximately 60 pages long. Other short stories in the Moon Wreck seriesMoon Wreck: First ContactMoon Wreck: RevelationsMoon Wreck: Secrets of Ceres. There will be a trilogy of full length novels after the last short story.
Publish date: 2012-12-26
Publisher: Raymond L. Weil
Pages no: 59
Edition language: English
This review is covering the three first short stories in Raymond L. Weil’s Moon Wreck series. Since I cover all three of them in one review you might find some light spoilers further down if you have not read books 1 and 2 yet and you might want to stop here. If you do, I can just tell you that I fo...